Best intentions can sometimes produce damaging results, especially when it comes to cleaning fine art. Recently, April Hann Lanford, fine art specialist with DPR Art Rescue, shared tips for cleaning fine art, based on medium.
The Library of Congress' collection of comic books, art and related objects is the largest in the nation and now, thanks to a recent donation of 3,000+ items from Stephen A. Geppi Collection, the archive is that much more robust.
Mary-Ann Wood transforms broken china into beautiful jewelry, and her work is presented as DinnerWear Jewelry.
Woodshed Art Auctions is celebrating 50 years as a family business, with a legacy steeped in art. The legacy began with a framing business and evolved into an auction business.
Collector, historian, and guest contributor Jon Crumiller provides an intriguing examination of using directories to determine provenance of chess sets.
My grandmother, born in 1890, grew up in Pennsylvania in a strong religious family with four sisters. Church functions were the main entertainment in that city. Finding a Beau, Becoming a Bride She was not a beauty, and kinda plump, and apparently not attracting any beaus in her hometown; so she...
Not only can you attend a popular antique show and sale in Waukesha, Wis. Feb. 2-3, but there is also the opportunity to bring items to donate for an upcoming benefit auction.
A lot of living happens around tables. Be it in the kitchen, dining room, living room, or any other room, tables are more than an item of furniture. Arelene Wener discusses.
In a recent article Robert M. Shea, CPU, representative of the Fire Mark Circle of America, explains the purpose of fire marks and dispels the myriad of myths.